Book II in the Tonight We Read series. The legend of Dan'Qirk is a retelling of the famous Man of La Mancha- Don Quixote. The story centres around an 11-year-old boy called Al Greenwood and his dog- Sancho. Al's imagination sometimes gets lost in reality and he finds himself questing, battling grumpy neighbours, mud boarding and riding a hungry goat. Suitable for 5 years and up.
The text edition of the first book in the series about the adventures of two Angora goats named Isabella and Charlie. They leave their home in the forest and meet Sophie. They then have much fun and use their magical powers to help her.
This children's short story is suitable for children of all ages and is ideal to read to children at bedtime.
This compendium has the three stories of Charlie and Isabella. These two Angora goats live in the forest. They have never met humans before. The stories tell of their adventures after leaving their home in the Golden Berry Glen. They have much fun when they happen across some children. They discover their magical powers and use them to delight the children. The book is well illustrated.
The book contains two stories about the adventures of two Angora goats that meet humans for the first time. After leaving their home in the Golden Berry Glen they meet a girl name Sophie. They help her and in the process discover some magical powers that they didn't know they had. In the second book they use these magical powers to delight a boy named Jacob until disaster strikes.